The upcoming Memorial Day weekend remains mainly dry and gradually warmer, but as we get into the next work week, we become hot, humid, and rather unsettled as well.
Plenty of sunshine in store for us today. Temperatures drop to the 30s and 40s tonight.
A cold front passes the area today but only a few spots to the west will see the chance of a shower. A great weekend is ahead of us!
Drier and warmer conditions return just in time for the Memorial Day weekend. As we go into the next work week, however, a combination of heat, humidity, and thunderstorms comes back into the area.
Cool and dreary afternoon expected this Thursday. Tonight, expect partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the 40s.
Low pressure will pass south of the area today giving us the chance of scattered showers and cooler temperatures.
A rather dreary day is in store for us tomorrow, but sunnier skies come in just in time for the weekend. We warm up through the start of next week, but thunderstorms may dampen the Memorial Day holiday.
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High pressure will keep us dry, breezy, and cool today, but the chance of rain arrives again on Thursday.
High pressure will move into the 4 State region tonight, keeping us comfortable and mainly dry through Saturday. As we approach Memorial Day, we get warmer again...but we also need to keep an eye on the skies.
A few scattered showers are in the forecast this morning but we'll clear through the afternoon.
Scattered showers and thunderstorms will move through the region through tomorrow as a slow moving cold front pushes eastward. High pressure will fill the void, bringing us cooler and drier air through Friday.
We'll see another unsettled day in the 4State with the chance of scattered showers and t'storms.
A few showers and a stray thunderstorm possible tonight. Patchy fog forms overnight.
Fog will begin to dissipate by mid-morning. Today, we have another chance of showers and thunderstorms.
Showers continue tonight, with a chance of a thunderstorm. Patchy fog will develop overnight.
Showers and thunderstorms will continue to cross the region this afternoon. Chance of thunderstorms decrease tonight.
Several chances for scattered showers and thunderstorms will move through the area between tomorrow and Tuesday. Sunnier weather doesn't come back until the middle of next week.
Today we will remain mostly dry, but there is a chance to see a couple of pop-up showers this evening.
A warm front skirts around the region today giving us unsettled weather into the weekend.
A warm front will slowly move up and through the region by Friday, giving us a chance for some showers. Thunderstorms are also possible through the weekend, as a warm and unstable air mass arrives in its wake.
Sunshine sticks around today, but wet weather is expected this weekend.
High pressure will keep us dry today and temperatures should rise into the low 70's for most locations.
High pressure continues to move to the east, keeping us seasonable and dry. Through the weekend, however, we run the risk for some showers and thunderstorms.
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High pressure continues to move into the region this morning, bringing with it some chilly temperatures.
After a nine day stretch of above average temperatures, we return to average mid-May conditions. We're also mainly dry through Friday, but rain is on the way this weekend.
A cold front will move through the area today, leaving us with cooler conditions through the remainder of the work week.
After a fantastic and warm weekend, we start off equally warm...but a cold front approaches from the west. We may see some unsettled weather tonight, but brighter and eventually cooler weather is on the way.
An upper level disturbance will move into the area by the afternoon, giving us the chance of a few scattered thunderstorms.
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Patchy fog this morning will dissipate before noon. Partly sunny skies expected this afternoon with a slight risk of a thunderstorm over the Potomac Highlands and the more mountainous regions of Maryland this evening.
Patchy fog forms after midnight. Mother's Day will remain mostly dry, but there is a chance to see a thunderstorm late afternoon.
Mostly sunny skies today and highs in the 80s. Subtropical Storm Ana still offshore of the Carolinas.
The weekend is shaping up to be a rather warm one, but we'll need to keep an eye on Sunday evening and the start of the next week. A cold front will move into the area, giving us a chance for some showers and thunderstorms.
We will continue to experience calm and warm conditions going into the weekend, but we may see a few thunderstorms on Mother's Day.
High pressure continues to keep most of the area dry today.
High pressure will keep us nice and dry through the first half of the weekend. As we start the next work week, however, a chance for thunderstorms comes back with the arrival of another cold front.
Few showers possible this afternoon for the Potomac Highlands and Western Maryland, but temperatures expected to reach the low 80s this afternoon.
High pressure builds into the region today and will keep us dry through the end of the work week.
Unsettled weather remains through the night before high pressure moves in for the end of the work week. Another round of showers and storms will arrive by the start of next week.
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A cold front moves to the south tonight, but we still have the chance of showers as it lingers.
Warm weather will persist through the rest of the week...even after a cold front passes tomorrow. We'll have to watch out for some showers and thunderstorms tomorrow, but drier weather takes over to close the work week.
A cold front moves into the area before stalling out over the region for the two days.
The work week starts off rather warm, but showers & thunderstorms are in the cards through Wednesday. We'll clear out and warm up again after a brief midweek cool down.
High pressure off the coast keeps us dry but storms could move in as quickly as tomorrow afternoon.
Mostly clear skies tonight, with temperatures expected to reach the low 50s. A perfect night to catch the full moon.
Plenty of sunshine in store for us today, and temperatures expected to hit the 80 degree mark for parts of the 4State.
Clouds begin to dissipate this evening, and temperatures fall to the low 50s.